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Old 26th September 2008, 20:15
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Default Changing default file upload permissions in PHP-CGI

I have just realized file uploads using PHP, the permissions are defaulted to 600 and the webserver cannot see them. I'm running php5-cgi and the owner and group are being set properly, eg. web##_admin, web##. But the permissions should be set to 644. I don't see any way to change the default umask in the php.ini config file.

I originally set this server up using SU-PHP in a tutorial available here. Since that time I have updated and upgraded my server using apt. Everything appeared to still be functioning fine. What did I break? How can I tell what user Apache is running under? I'm using Drupal and it is still operating properly, if I create a directory inside Drupal it, it creates the directory with owner- web##_admin and group- web## with default permission of 775, which appears properly. But if I upload a file inside drupal the ownership is correct but the permission is 600. Not viewable. Any help would be appreciated, Dave

BTW my ISPConfig version is 2.2.23
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Old 27th September 2008, 09:53
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The ownership is correct. To set another umask of the uploaded file, you can e.g. use the chmod command in php.
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